Remember Regina George from the Mean Girls movie that came out in 2004? Well, the house that we're about to describe was actually included in the film as it "belonged" to this particular mean girl. Located in Bridle Path in Toronto, Canada, the house features a NeoClassical design and was built using stone for the most part. It flaunts 20,000 square feet of living space and comprises 12 bathrooms as well as 11 luxurious bedrooms.
Once inside, residents and guests are greeted by a two-story grand entrance that boast coffered ceilings as well as Italian marble finishes. The entryway leads to a sweeping staircase and a balcony, both of which overlook a fabulous great room with its 20-foot cathedral ceiling. The master suite comes with a fireplace and a private sitting room, and it provides fabulous views of the gardens. It also includes a large ensuite as well as a spacious dressing room.
Apart from being featured in Mean Girls, the residence was used by William Shatner to shoot a commercial, and Martha Stewart shot a cooking segment in its kitchen at some point. The price for this magnificent home is $14.8-million.